On the transmission, I took it to Ford and told them my truck was slipping and having problems and they replaced the transmission and fixed some engine problems. The manufacturer was not notified of the defect. A good spark indicates a problem internally in the engine. The system consist of a push button control, an electronic control module, an electric shift motor with an integral shift position sensor and a speed sensor. Coming on at anytime after vehicle is turned off and stationary, causing a dead battery leaving driver, family and occupants stranded. This is done by producing resisting forces to the main regulator and the line modulator circuits.
It does not start, the starter just turns over as if it is trying to start until the battery goes dead. That normally happens when I'm on the road for a long period of time. Upon inspection from a local ford dealership service department, it has been noted from them that corrosion of the general electrical module and fuse box are the cause, most likely from a water leak from the front windshield. This time he smelled an electrical burning smell. It is obviously a problem as you can see from other complaints.
I had driven the truck home, turned it off and walked inside to go to bed. . Complaint Number: 10259297 Incident Date: February 18, 2009 Date Added to File: February 19, 2009 Description of the Complaint: Water leaks in the windshield causing blower motor to stay on after ignition is on, randomly tries to start when key is not even in ignition, lights blink, could cause fire. Lights, door lock, windows, air conditioning, radio, flashers, lights, gauges. The windshield was replaced, but the dealer wasn't able to locate determine where the water penetrated the vehicle.
The fire completely destroyed the ford expedition, the cadillac deville parked across from it , the portcache, and the roof of our house. If it were mine I would be tracing the wires that are related to that light. If you disconnected that it should stay in 2wd. Complaint Number: 10114628 Incident Date: October 20, 2004 Date Added to File: March 24, 2005 Description of the Complaint: While driving vehicle beeping noise like an alarm started to sound. There is only 58,000 miles on the vehicle, less than 30,000 since the last problem. Thanks, Mark Wakefield Mounted on the transfer case there is a electric shift motor.
After waiting the weekend for the appointment time, the service tech informed us that the solinoid pack in the transmission needed replaced. Complaint Number: 10106927 Incident Date: December 3, 2004 Date Added to File: January 6, 2005 Description of the Complaint: While consumer was driving and coming to a stop sign there was a loud noise. After researching this I have found that this is a well known problem in this model but no recall has been established. Bought the vehicle in 2008 just started having these issues within the past year started out slow but are getting worst and more frequent. Complaint Number: 10339617 Incident Date: June 20, 2010 Date Added to File: June 23, 2010 Description of the Complaint: When it rains my 1999 ford expedition turned on the lights all by itself , and then proceeded to try and crank itself with no key. Ford sent letter saying that since insurance company is involved they propose no further action.
The contact stated she had her phone charger plugged into the cigarette light adapter. And ford the manufacturer , would not help either. The vehicle was taken to a local service dealer for repair under the recall. Anyhow, perhaps knowing how its supposed to work will help you figure out where your problem is. It seems to be a variable resistance type switch where each switch position is a different resistance.
If no noise is emitted when the key is in the start position, the problem area has been located. Squirt a good shot of carburetor cleaner into the intake manifold and retry. Normally, the simplest reason and fix is the one that needs to be done. The failure mileage was 30,000. So back online a different forum, I see someone found that their plastic vacuum lines had cracked and there was no vacuum getting to the front actuator. The vehicle was taken to the dealer numerous times for the failure.
Also they had the windshield seal replaced, but it still leaks. A recall has been issued for explorers and mountaineers with this problem, but to date, nothing has been done about the expedition. It will also determine the best line pressure needed to optimize shift feel. This happened on august 1, 2005, at 100,000 miles. The rear wiper does not work anymore, you can hear the motor run at times, but no movement. This transmission was equipped with an auxillary transmission cooler.
Thank you, delano maudal 3082 highcrest road roseville, mn 55113 Complaint Number: 10131129 Incident Date: August 1, 2005 Date Added to File: August 2, 2005 Description of the Complaint: Dt: 1999 ford expedition. Awd , 4h and 4l. The fire spread to the structure and another vehicle. An electrical problem caused the fire. When I first start the truck the. After rain or snow the electronics in my 1999 Expedition goes crazy.
Battery died shortly after while in traffic heading home leaving me stranded could have caused an accident. The voltage signal corresponds with position of transaxle range selector lever. They were easily spliced with rubber vacuum line, like about 2 inches. Now I am thinking the front axle Actuator must be bad. About eight months ago, the headlights would go out if the steering column was lowered.